"This combination of ground-based and airborne TERPROM® software allows us to support our customer, Pilatus, in delivering world-class pilot training to the ADF," said Kevin Pindard, managing director, UTC Aerospace Systems Sensors and Integrated Systems. "With this innovative technology already in use on the Australian jet trainers, there is commonality for crew across training systems."
The TERPROM® software will equip all 49 ADF PC-21 aircraft, providing trainee crews with drift-free terrain referenced navigation, predictive ground collision avoidance and obstruction warning and cueing. UTC Aerospace Systems will also provide Pilatus with simulator software for the ADF's ground based training equipment.
The work is being performed by UTC Aerospace Systems' Atlantic Inertial Systems Limited business in Plymouth, U.K.
UTC Aerospace Systems designs, manufactures and services integrated systems and components for the aerospace and defense industries. UTC Aerospace Systems supports a global customer base with significant worldwide manufacturing and customer service facilities. Follow the company on Twitter: @utcaerosystems
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